I drive it every day to work and if it snows I take my wife to work which adds up to about 200 miles a day and it never misses a beat. I have had it since august and have only had to change brakes, a universal, and fluids. I even wrecked it saturday night when an idiot in a ford was afraid to stay on his side of the road and I got sucked into a snow bank. Hit the embankment at 55 mph.....put it in neutral, started it back up, backed out of about 2 foot of plowed snow, and all it did was tweak my bumper about 3/4 of an inch. Now just if It was my trailduster that was my daily driver. The truck needs some serious TLC
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